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Accommodation

Discover your new home

The University of Twente Pathway College offers different accommodation option to students new to the city.

After finalising your pathway and bachelor programme choices, accommodation is one of the most important decisions you will need to make. It’s vital that you feel happy and safe in your new home. We recommend you start booking early (from April onwards). The earlier you start the booking process, the surer you are to find a comfortable place to stay. Please note that room numbers are limited.

There’s a combination of public and private accommodation options available in Enschede. These are spread across the city, and we can advise on the options that are located on campus, or in the city centre – there’s an option that will suit you.

We strongly recommend you make use of TPC’s housing recommendations. We discourage travelling to Enschede without having secured a suitable place to live. Also having a permanent home address is a requirement to legally stay in the country.

Our Recommendations

  • On-campus: Plaza Resident Services

Plaza offers fully furnished studio apartments with a kitchen and bathroom. The property itself features various facilities such as game rooms, a lounge room, a cinema, and study rooms. There is also a roof terrace which has a great view of Enschede and Hengelo. Monthly rental costs start from €768.95 per month*, including furnishing and service-related costs.

  • Off-campus: Xior 

Xior offers fully furnished studio apartments with a private kitchenette and bathroom. The property itself features various facilities such as a lounge, laundry, study rooms and bicycle storage. The city centre offers many affordable shops, restaurants, weekly open-air markets, and bars. Monthly rental costs range from range from €680 to €730 *, including furnishing and service-related costs.

(*Referential prices for 2022, prices might change for next year).

Cost of Living

As well as your tuition, you need to budget for monthly expenditure including rent, bills, and food. You may also need to budget for one-off expenses related to your course, such as textbooks or equipment.

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